Collin College Theatre Department presents Tartuffe’

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Blind admiration for a questionable character turns a wealthy family’s life upside down in Molière’s classic “Tartuffe,” at Collin College’s Black Box Theatre, Dec. 7-11. Tickets are free for students, $5 for veterans, the military, and those ages 65 or older, and $10 per person for all others.

A satire by one of France’s greatest writers, “Tartuffe” follows a con man who works his way into a family’s life by pretending to speak with divine authority. While some in the family see through Tartuffe’s pious nature, the head of household is taken in, leading to unfortunate and comedic consequences.

The play, first performed in 1669, is presented in verse with translation by Richard Wilbur. The Collin College Theatre Department production is directed by Joanne Zipay, who founded and served as artistic director of New York City’s Judith Shakespeare Company for 20 years, from 1995-2015.

Performances begin at 7:30 p.m., Dec. 7-10. Matinee shows begin at 2:30 p.m., Dec. 10 and 11. Tickets are available at

The Black Box Theatre is located on the Plano Campus at 2800 E. Spring Creek Parkway in Plano.

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